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Carolyn Kennedy Bags Leadership and Service Award In Washington, DC

March 26, 2018

By Ajong Mbapndah L

Carolyn Kennedy receiving the award from Therapeutic Interventions Inc

Carolyn Kennedy receiving the award from Therapeutic Interventions Inc

Carolyn Kennedy, Executive Director of the Silver Spring, MD, based Brotherhood and Sisterhood International-BSI, is the 2018 recipient of the Therapeutic Interventions Inc. Leadership and Service Award.

The award was presented to Carolyn Kennedy at recent event organized by Therapeutic Interventions Inc. at the Historic Fraser Mansion in Washington, DC as part of the Women’s History Month Celebration 2018.

With a career span of 30 years in civil rights and providing services to the disabled, it was with a standing ovation that Carolyn Kennedy received the award from the management of Therapeutic Interventions Inc. led by Fatmata Koroma.

For some thirty years Carolyn Kennedy has put in her all for civil rights and serving people with disabilities

For some thirty years Carolyn Kennedy has put in her all for civil rights and serving people with disabilities

Accepting the honor , Carolyn Kennedy shared motivational experiences on the long and windy road she has traveled to get to where she is.Stick to your dreams and remain steadfast in the midst of all odds said Carolyn Kennedy, who was accompanied  to the event by her husband Dr. Kofi Agyapong -Founder of Sons and Daughters of Africa,SADA.

The event was graced with musical performances, presentations by Miss Culture USA Pageants, video presentations and more.

The women from Miss Culture USA 2018 answered present at the event

The women from Miss Culture USA 2018 answered present at the event

Therapeutic Interventions Inc. was founded to enhance the quality of life for all people and empower the community to develop habits and techniques that promote a healthy lifestyle, positive self-esteem, positive self-image, interpersonal skills, ethical values, character, and entrepreneurship  and leadership abilities.

Wellness Professional Candice Camille (in yellow) spoke at the event while Christine White thrilled the audience with some exquisite West African dance moves

Wellness Professional Candice Camille (in yellow) spoke at the event while Christine White thrilled the audience with some exquisite West African dance moves

Its vision is to develop career skills and opportunities for the minority and the African Diaspora community by providing career development courses, programs in health and human services, youth engagement initiatives and education, promotion of arts, culture and the humanities. Therapeutic Interventions Inc. creates a platform to celebrate the creative and innovative lifestyle of the community.

Next on the hectic agenda of the organization is the Miss Culture USA 2018 pageant in April.

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